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I.—On a New Genus of Fossil “Calamary,” from the Cretaceous Formation of Sahel Alma, near Beirût, Lebanon, Syria

Abstract

Some years ago my friend Mr. Robert Damon, F.G.S., of Wey-mouth, visited the Cretaceous deposits of the Lebanon, and when at that place he was so fortunate as to make the acquaintance of the Rev. E. R. Lewis, M.A., F.G.S., Professor in the Syrian Protestant College, Beirût, Syria.

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